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Happily can ensure a happy Sunday for Ballydoyle

Happily: can give Aidan O'Brien another win in the Irish 1,000 Guineas
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Lambourn: James Burn

Days Of Heaven(3.40 Uttoxeter, nap)

Too keen and free on return to action at Cheltenham last month, but has never gone well there in any case. Won this race off a 2lb higher last year and a player again if ground stays decent and he puts his best foot forward.

Others to follow
Fontwell: 2.50 Thomas Blossom, 4.35 Spirit Of Rome.
Uttoxeter: 3.05 Desirable Court.

West Country: Andrew King

Dashing Oscar(2.30 Uttoxeter, nap)

Can make his presence felt from the front on chasingdebut with ground and course to his liking.

Others to follow
Uttoxeter: 1.55 Cintex, 3.40 Shantou Village, 4.15 Theatrical Star, 5.25 Leapaway.
Fontwell: 2.15 Don Lami, 2.50 Two Hoots, 3.25 Ringa Ding Ding, 4.00 Kings Lad, 5.10 Never Learn.

North:Colin Russell

Looking Well(3.50 Kelso, nap)

Well below par in the Scottish National on latest start, but was in the process of running a fine race until unseating his rider at Musselburgh on previous start, and now down in grade is fancied to get back to winning ways.

Others to follow
Kelso: 2.05 Chookie Royale, 2.40 Ballyvic Boru, 3.15 Mirsaale, 4.25 Crest, 5.00 Double Whammy, 5.35 Rubytwo.
Uttoxeter: 4.15 What Happens Now, 4.50 Kiwayu, 5.25 Suggestion.

Racing Post Ratings: Steve Mason

Norman The Red(1.55 Uttoxeter, nap)

Probably found the ground more testing than ideal when winning at Fontwell last month and, judged on his previous run in better company at that track, remains well treated despite a 5lb rise in the handicap.

Topspeed: Dave Edwards

Norman The Red(1.55 Uttoxeter)

Gained a belated initial success at Fontwell last month and this lightly raced progressive eight-year-old can add to tally.

Longshot: Samuel King

Who's Steph(4.10 Curragh)

This Ger Lyons-trained filly is going the right way and could find the possible improvement needed to feature. The quicker ground could well helpher cause.

Ireland: Tony O'Hehir

Happily(4.10 Curragh)

A dual Group 1 winner last season and third in the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket on her first start of the year, the Aidan O'Brien-trained filly has strong claims of providing her trainer with an eighth Irish 1,000 Guineas victory.

Raceform Interactive nugget

Defoeis 4/5 in field sizes of six or less and 2/2 going right-handed. He can pick up a first Group 1 success in the 2.25 at the Curragh.

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The Aidan O'Brien-trained filly has strong claims of providing her trainer with an eighth Irish 1,000 Guineas victory
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